The Shadracks, a three-piece rock n’ roll group hailing from Medway, Kent, release their second album ‘From Human Like Forms’ today via Damaged Goods Records. Following on from their debut self-titled album in 2018, also available through Damaged Goods, ‘From Human Like Forms’ features fourteen tracks of taut, stripped-down garage punk that sees The Shadracks achieving giddy new heights in their song writing and performing abilities.
Following the album release will be a brand new limited 7” vinyl single featuring the track ‘Pray’, backed by a righteous romp through The Buzzcocks 1976 Howard Devoto fronted era punk classic ‘Time’s Up’, available August 27th.
The video was shot and directed by innovative film maker, and former The Jesus And Mary Chain bassist Douglas Hart and ‘Pray’ is, according to guitarist and vocalist Huddie Shadrack (and son of punk and art icon Billy Childish, who also produced the album) “about reparation and reconciliation, it’s about communion and moving away from unfounded judgement.”
Huddie and drummer Elisa Abednego are joined by bassist Rhys Webb (from The Horrors), who celebrate the release of ‘From Human Like Forms’ with a special album release show tonight at Moth Club in East London at the infamous Cave Club for a guns blazing, dance crazed, underground freak-out party like no other. Resident DJs Rhys Webb and Telegram Sam will be playing the best in acid, psych, and garage while The Shadracks perform live at 10.30pm.
Tickets available HERE